Shalane Hopkins has been creating stunning jewellery for her discerning clientele for years, but she is finally about to establish a unique enterprise that capitalizes on her unique talents as an artist and businesswoman. As a self-taught jewellery artisan, Shalane has quickly become one of the hottest artisans in the jewellery milieu with a singular vision for creating bead-woven pieces that are magnificent reflections of the wearer’s personality, empowering them to be true to themselves. Her OOAK (One Of A Kind) artisan jewellery is currently available within select shops in New Zealand and online.
Born in Canada, but based in New Zealand, Shalane Hopkins is an emerging artist of global acclaim whose pieces adorn some of the world’s most glamorous people. Shalane personally designs each piece of jewellery so that it embodies the same qualities as the wearer. Each piece of work is a wholly new creation that is a culmination of her years of beadweaving expertise and mastery of the jewellery making art. Using glass seed beads, her breathtaking pieces are finished with quality sterling silver or gold-filled components.
For years, Shalane’s clients have clamoured for her to formally establish her own line of jewellery, and Shalane is finally ready to make her OOAK jewellery business a reality. To raise the funds to found her company, Shalane has sponsored a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The $10,000 (AUD) raised will be used to acquire portfolios, photoshoots, office equipment, and other business necessities; if this goal is surpassed, the stretch funds will go towards camera equipment, marketing and living costs. In return for supporting this campaign, you could receive valuable perks like discount vouchers, recognition on website, regular business updates, and lifetime discounts up to 25% off.
To learn more about Shalane Hopkins or to make a donation, please visit http://bit.ly/1i4TeWk
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Company Name: Quality OOAK Artisan Jewellery
Contact Person: Shalane Hopkins
Country: New Zealand